BT Broadband customer? Share your photos with BT Cloud

It’s easy to save and protect your precious photographs and videos using BT’s free cloud storage service.

Photos and videos are intended to be treasured and best when shared. So get out your cameras and click away! 

BT’s online storage service makes it simple to upload, save, and organize all of your photos and videos on your personal BT Cloud. It’s easy to use, the best way to protect your precious memories and important documents, and it can be accessed across all of the devices you use so you can enjoy your content right at your fingertips anytime, anywhere. 

[Read more:  What is BT Cloud and is it safe?]

BT Cloud is exclusively available for free to all our BT Broadband and BT Infinity customers. Depending on your broadband package, you'll get 10GB, 200GB or 1000GB free.

Share, store and more with BT Cloud

With BT Cloud you never have to worry about running out of space on your phone!  By backing up content, BT Cloud can free up space on your smartphone, laptop or tablet because your photos, videos and documents are stored safely & easily accessed in your own personal cloud – think of BT Cloud as an extension of your device.

BT Cloud can automatically back up your favorite content and store it securely in the Cloud. You don’t have to worry about your losing your content if your phone or computer crashes; all of your precious memories and important files are safe and secure and can be easily retrieved at any time. 

Want your family and friends to treasure all of your holiday memories?  BT Cloud offers an easy way for you to share your pictures directly with them through email, or post directly to any social media account.   

Another benefit of storing your content in your personal BT Cloud is that you can access all of it from any device on any network. Aren’t at home and want to show your friend the pictures of your recent holiday? No problem, pull them up on the BT Cloud app on your smartphone quickly and easily.   

BT Cloud is free to all BT Broadband customers, so if you don’t already have it, click below to get your free BT Cloud account today!

How do I share my BT Cloud files by email?

The only thing easier than uploading your photos to your BT Cloud is sharing them with others. 

Step 1: Select the photos on BT Cloud that you want to share - it doesn’t matter how many you select.

Step 2: You can create a ‘Album’ of photos, by generating a public link to email with the album you’ve chosen to share. When the recipients receive the link and click on the link, they’ll be able to view and download the files you’ve selected on their web browser, whether or not they have BT Cloud. This allows you to share files more selectively and privately than by posting them on social media, and means you don’t have to worry about size limits for sending attachments by email.

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Sharing photos using BT Cloud using a PC, Mac or web

BT Cloud computer browser

Step 1: Select the the photos and/or videos and click Share.

Step 2: Select ‘By Public Link’

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Sharing photos using BT Cloud on your phone or tablet 

BT Cloud  app with thumbnails

Step 1: Click on the icon at the top right that looks like three dots, then click to select the files or folders you want to share. 

Step 2: Once you have selected your files and/or folders, select the broken triangle ‘share’ icon highlighted at the bottom of the screen. 

Sharing photos within BT Cloud app

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Important legal info

10GB, 200GB or 1000GB free storage depending which broadband package you choose.  You’ll need to activate BT Cloud yourself and you can upgrade your storage allowance. If you are using your free BT Cloud allowance and let more than 90 days pass since your last sign-in, the service may cease. We will always warn you before this happens and we’ll give you a further 90 days to retrieve any stored data. This does not apply to BT Cloud customers paying for additional storage. BT doesn’t support activities which infringe the copyrights of the holder. Terms apply, see

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